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Balakot Air Strike Proof Released by Indian Air Force !! Official Balakot Strike Video Movie

Indian Air Force releases Balakot Air Strike Proofs in its official released Movie. IAF in its newly movie released on Friday highlighted the evidences of Mirage Fighter Aircrafts hitting the targets at Balakot Terror camps. Indian Air Force on 26th February 2019 attacked on Terror Camps in Balakot. After taking over as Indian Air Force Chief, R K Singh Bhadauria tweeted on Balakot Strike as Fatal strike against Terrorists in Balakot who were responsible for Pulwama Attack inside Jammu & Kashmir on February, 14th.

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Indian Air Force IAF released Video of Balakot Strikes amidst the tensions between the two rival countries after abrogation of Article 370 in August. Balakot Strike Official Movie and Video showcasing the real firepower of Mirage 2000 Fighters, Sukhoi 30 MKIs and AWACS Aircrafts real time video has been released. Air Force.

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On Friday, 4th October, just next to next day after 150th Birth Annivarsary of Mahatma Gandhi, Indian Air Force released Official Video of IAF Attack on Balakot. Indian Air Force showcases the story of the Balakot Air strikes (26 February) in a promotional video at the annual Air Force Day press conference by Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria.

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Here Is the Live Video of Indian Air Force Balakot Strike


#WATCH Indian Air Force showcases the story of the Balakot aerial strikes in a promotional video at the annual Air Force Day press conference by Air Force Chief Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria. pic.twitter.com/GBRWwWe6sJ

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Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria: On 27th February in the aerial battle after attack by Pakistan, Indian Air Force lost one MiG-21 and Pakistan lost one F-16. https://t.co/4jl9T6FICB

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